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Father’s Day

When is Father’s Day celebrated in Nepal?

Father’s Day in Nepal or Kushe Aunshi or additionally referred to as Gokarna Aunshi usually falls on August (Shrawan or Bhadra) according to the lunar calendar.
Year
Father’s Day in Nepal in A. D
Father’s Day in Nepal in B. S
2019 A. D
August 30, Friday
भदौ १३, शुक्रवार, २०७६

When is Father’s Day celebrated in the US, U.K, India, Japan, Pakistan, and Canada?

Father’s Day is in the US, UK and Canada is celebrated on third Sunday of June every year.
Year
Father’s Day
2018
Sunday, June 17
2019
Sunday, June 16
2020
Sunday, June 21

When is Father’s Day celebrated in Italy?

Father’s Day in Italy is always celebrated on March 19 as (St. Joseph's Day).

When is Father’s Day celebrated in the U.K?

Father’s Day is in the U.K is celebrated on third Sunday of June every year.
Sunday, June 16 in 2019

When is Father’s Day celebrated in Australia?

Father’s Day is in Australia is celebrated on first Sunday of September every year.
Sunday, September 1 in 2019

Father’s Day:

Father’s Day is well known to mark the importance of all fathers. Father’s Day is additionally ascertained within the name of these personalities who are fatherly. Fatherly figures include Fathers, step-Fathers, uncles, Grand Father, Great Grand Fathers. Father’s Day celebrations depend all upon the customs and traditions of people from different countries and communities. 

It ranges from making a phone call wish, sending greeting cards, visiting and meeting father to arranging a grand party. No one can ignore all the tiresome efforts of father for the benefit of his kids/ children. Just like Mother’s Day, to commemorate the paternity of father’s, people celebrate Father’s Day.

It is popularly known as Abu ya Khwa Swoyegu in Sinjali/ Nepal Bhasa or Buwaako Mukh Herne din (बुवाको मुख हेर्ने दिन) in Nepali.
On this day, folks in Nepal visit their father’s home. Ladies are seen on the movement to their maternal home with all the goodies, sweets and delicacies for their father. On Father’s Day, individuals wish for long life and sound health of their father and spend quality time with them. they offer their father wearables, gifts, and different precious things on this auspicious day.

Father’s Day is very important because it increases attachments between fathers and kids. It creates robust bonding between them. Fathers who have invariably been our mentors and idols, motivators and supporters should be revered. It depends upon their laborious struggle that we are able to stand on our own feet today. The credits to the advancements in our life and career go to fathers and therefore the celebration of Father’s Day means that to respect those credits.

The foods we consume, the clothes we wear, the accommodation we've got, the education we are becoming all depends upon the hardships and struggles of the father. when he sweats outside, we live within a joyful life. A father never reveals all those pains and is known only when we become fathers. No, any individual will match his undertakings and struggles. Father’s day is additionally celebrated to respect these undertakings of a father.

People observe this day by offering prayers to Lord Shiva at Gokarna Temple and they also visit other religious and holy places to perform “Shraddha” to commemorate their deceased/ departed father.

People today in Nepal principally opt to live in a nuclear family, not like the old days where there used to be principally joint family size and three generations of individuals lived along. So, on Father’s Day, people visit their father’s home and this at least has helped to continue and maintain the relationship between fathers and their children. If there was no Father’s Day, people would have been thus materialistic that the father-child the relationship would have become weak.

In a nutshell, Father’s Day is celebrated all over the world to accomplish the objective of realizing their contributions to a family and society. However, there might not be a public or federal holiday to celebrate Father’s Day in all the countries.

Father’s Day quotes:

Gordon Brown- "I'm a father; that's what matters most. Nothing matters more."

Nick Lachey- "To me, having kids is the ultimate job in life. I want to be most successful at being a good father."

Wade Boggs- "Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad, and that's why I call you dad because you are so special to me."

Christopher Meloni- "I had no expectations about fatherhood, really, but it's definitely a journey I'm glad to be taking."

Wayne Rooney- "Becoming a dad means you have to be a role model for your son and be someone he can look up to."

Billy Graham- "A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society."

Carol Coats- “A father is a man who expects his children to be as good as he meant to be.

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